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Judge Denies Attempt To Block Transfer Of Internet Oversight

As reported last week, in a last ditch effort to block Obama's plan to allow the US Commerce Department to hand over oversight of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), or the "Internet's address book" to a multi-stakeholder community - which includes the technical community, businesses, civil society and foreign governments - 4 state attorneys general from Arizona, Oklahoma, Nevada and Texas filed a lawsuit in a Texas federal court alleging that the transition, in the absence of congressional approval, amounts to an illegal forfeiture of U.
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